Ellie Wishart is the Medical affairs Manager for the UK and IRE for Nanosonics and is responsible for engaging with thought leaders and key organisation on infection prevention and educational topics and coordinating podium strategy and educational activities. Ellie works closely with the sales and clinical application teams to empower education, practical knowledge and best practices in infection prevention and decontamination.
Ellie has a degree in microbiology for University College Dublin, Ireland and has been involved in the provision of infection control solutions for healthcare facilities for over 20 years and in addition has previously worked as a Microbiology laboratory manager and clean room consultant of Life Sciences and Medical Devices industry.
Nanosonics is an Australian infection prevention company that has successfully developed and commercialised a unique automated disinfection technology, the trophon device, representing the first innovation in high level disinfection for ultrasound probes in more than 20 years. The trophon device is fast becoming the global standard of care for ultrasound probe disinfection.